Municipal election

General municipal elections are held on a fixed date on the first Sunday of November every four years. But municipal by-elections may be held when a councillor or mayor position becomes vacant.

The next municipal by-elections will be held on March 3, 2024.

The next general elections will be held on November 2, 2025, simultaneously throughout Quebec. The population of Ormstown will then have to elect a mayor and six municipal councillors.

The municipal council

At the heart of the municipal democracy, the council is composed of 7 elected officials, including 6 councilors and a mayor. All of the seats on council are elected by the entirety of the population, as the town is not divided into wards.

The council has the duty to see to the quality of life in the community. Councilors, by way of adopting bylaws and resolutions, must act in the interest of the citizens that they represent.

Only persons entered on the list of electors of Municipalité d’Ormstown will be entitled to vote on March 3, 2024.

To vote, you must meet the following conditions:

  • Be a physical person
  • Be 18 years of age (an elector who will be 18 on polling day can vote in the advance poll)
  • Be a Canadian citizen
  • Not be disqualified from voting by law (under curatorship or be found guilty in the last five years of an offense that constitutes a corrupt electoral practice)
  • Meet one of the following two conditions:
    • Be domiciled in the territory of Ormstown and, for at least 6 months, in Québec;
    • For at least 12 months, be the owner of an immovable property or the occupant of a business establishment situated within the territory of Ormstown.

Advance polls will be held on February 25, 2024 from 12 a.m. to 8 p.m. and polling day will be March 3, 2024 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at:

Ormstown Recreation Centre
87, Roy Street

To vote, you must identify yourself, with your face uncovered, by presenting one of the following documents:

  • Health Insurance card;
  • Driver’s license;
  • Canadian passport;
  • Certificate of Indian Status;
  • Canadian Forces ID.

All polling stations will be accessible to persons with disabilities on advance polling day and on polling day.

Consult the list of official candidates by clicking here.

Position of councillor | Position 5
  • Jonathan Allen
  • René Allen
  • Andréanne Billette
  • Valérie Taillefer